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greta is next. we'll see you back tomorrow night. she goes on the record tonight, great take it away. >> greta: thank you. tonight breaking news. alaska says it wants in. into the lawsuit with the other states taking on the government over health care. joining us by phone alaska governor parnell. nice to hear from you tonight, sir. >> great to be with you again greta, thanks. >> greta: you want into this lawsuit? >> i do. i'm one of these governors that thinks and then acts. i asked my attorney general quite a few weeks ago to do the legal analysis on this for ourselves so we would know we were acting in good faith doing our homework and avoiding the politics of the moment. yesterday i a briefing from the attorney general. he gave me a 50 page memo on just a very detailed analysis. i thought it was so important what i saw and heard that today i released that attorney general's memorandum and announced that alaska was joining the other states in florida's legal action against the federal government. >> greta: have you spoken to the attorney general in florida? have you designated your
>> as mark twain said, nothing needs more reforming than somebody else's habit. >> sean: greta is next.cvóÑ see you tomorrow night. >> greta: tonight arizona says, time's up. arizona is waiting no longer for empty federal promises about securing our borders. >> our administration has moved aggressively to secure our borders more by hiring new guards, departing twice as many criminal aliens as ever before. >> there will be a coordinated effort to safeguard our transportation systems and secure the border so we are better able to protect our citizens and welcome our friends. >> we said we would enforce the borders, the american people didn't believe us. they don't believe us because of our fail newer katrina, failure in iraq, failures in r bringing in corruption and out of control spending. we tried and failed. i appreciate the president's efforts. we've learned the american people want borders enforced. president we should continue the work of fixing our broken immigration system to secure our borders and enforce our laws and ensure that everyone who plays by the rules can con
tomorrow night as always thank you for being wi the battle never stops. see you tomorrow night. >> greta: tonight, get this, karl rove is a rhody? sort of. he has on the road for his book tour. toe he's back in town uncut and on the record. nice see. >> great to be here. >> greta: you have been on a road trip with your book? >> halfway point. >> greta: it is exhausting isn't it? >> 120s in 90 days. >> greta: let's talk about the campaigns. right now there's an article in politico about how democrats intend to use this getting tough on wall street against the republicans in the midterm elects. this article actually says the democrats may be haunted by in they have craig former white house counsel. dick gephardt used to work for goldman sachs. the republicans all do it. but they are up front about it. >> right. this is not a winner for them. they are trying to change the subject after obama care. rather than focusing back on jobs they are trying to channel the voter angst about wall street and focus it against the republicans. they then layout a bill that includes a 50 billion dollar bailo
think, greta. host: we'll move to the republican line. caller: michigan mitchell, i'm sorry. host: i'm sorry. caller: i think the wall street reform is unnecessary. unless we deal with the federal reserve, nothing is going to matter. we have the federal reserve, which artificially holds interest rates low. our rates are not set by the free market which causes the gross distortion and moral hazard. people make unwise decisions because of this. we can't deal with wall street reform. i hear a lot of people calling up about jobs and how president obama should be worrying about jobs. his job is to be commander and chief of the military. it is becoming so much so that he's having to be some what responsibly for all aspects of the economy, our personal lives. it's been going on for decades now. the main thing is the federal reserve. no one wants to talk about. nothing is going to change. >> that will have to be our last word on this. the debt commission will meet on tuesday next week, not monday as i incorrectly stated before. we are going to turn to the debt. the debate that's happening he
candidates. really in the first debate more than the second, greta, you could actually see that and ha -- the hand on each candidate. host: why not say who they are? guest: it is not my role. i do not want to cause any issues on the final debate but we will just leave it at that. but you see the to petco -- you see the gepetto-like a puppeteering. but, greta, you can only go so far. if a candidate is pushed into being a certain way, obama-like, for example, or reagan-like, you can see that. if it does not work, the candidate is very, very uncomfortable. one of the reasons mr. clegg it did so well in the first debate was that he was very comfortable in his own skin to things that people said about barack obama even way back, that he seemed comfortable in his own skin. sometimes you could see the advisers handiwork. the second time you did not see it as much. maybe it was internalized by that time and they were able to be their own demand. people can see through that. host: what about gordon brown's performance and his comfort in that? guest: he is the older of the two, he is solid, he k
twitter.com slash greta wire. see you tomorrow night. 10:00 p.m. eastern. see you back here tomorrow. >> "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight. >> governor jan brewer did what she had to do. that is help secure the borders. >> what happened in arizona, they had to resort to a law that i think is unconstitutional. >> the immigration crackdown in arizona exposes a major rift in the republican party. we'll hear from both sides of the g.o.p. spectrum. >> that timber wolf was one [bleep] deal. you don't think it's junk. you don't think it's crap. you don't think it's [bleep] >> fireworks on capitol hill as goldman sachs executives answer questionable practices. >> i didn't use that term with respect to this deal. >> is the financial giant just a scapegoat in this economic meltdown? we have that story. >> she knew there was the affair. >> he came clean with her after that interview. >> and did you see that? jane skinner will analyze oprah's exclusive interview with john edwards' mistressonon caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> hi, i'm j
to order sussushi. >> brian: that's just wrong. thanks a lot. still ahead, sarah palin tells greta van susteren what it was like to have her e-mail hacked and then face her hacker in court. stunning views courtesy of the sun and nasa. our science guy tell us what the images mean for scientists and we talk about the future of nasa. i saw him the other day in florida. we'll catch up in a moment. stay with us. [ male announcer ] we call it the american renewal. because ge capital understands what businesses need to grow. that's why today ge capital provides critical financing to more than 300,000 growing companies. ♪ absolutely! i have a lot of stuffiness at night. it wakes me up. i have allergies. ♪ you're right. i'm getting more air. -oh, yeah. -oh, wow! [ female announcer ] for two free samples, go to breatheright.com. like, why are my numbers too low? are you looking for answers? the accu-chek aviva system now has new tools to help you discover what your numbers mean and how the things you do are connected to your blood sugar patterns. [ sarah ] with this tool i can see how food a
and coming to a country or countrywide near you? >> that's funny. >> anyway, last night on the greta van sustren show, karl rove was on and he's been looking at the 1400 pages in this bill. in washington they don't read the bills. karl did. >> we have to pass them first. >> there's scary stuff in there that would worry all of you if it does pass. watch this. >> you may not know about this. it creates a new office and gives it a half a billion dollars a year and a huge startup for computer systems in order to monitor every financial transaction in the united states. and to use that data to arrive at policy recommendations about sensible regulation. so they're literally going to have the capacity to go through everybody's brokerage account and everybody's checking account and everybody's credit card and everybody's financial transactions and collect -- sweep that information and then analyze it. >> another major point of concern is this angel investor clause. angel investors essentially allow things like yahoo, amazon, google and facebook come from very little collateral, startups, able t
testifying about the disruption cause. she joined greta on the record and talked about the case. >> to me, the case is cut and dried. did the college student hack in my emaims or not? did he disclose personal private emaims for the worl to see or not? mr. #1: he did admit he did. this is the process of seeking justice and find out his punishment. an illegal act was quite disruptive and there is a reason that it is illegal. he said it was a college pank. david cornel is charged with hacking . his lawyer claims he had no criminal intent and those are the headlines today. i hope bret michaels would be okay. suddenly you don't know what caused bleeding from the blood stem. >> he's had a rough go of it. >> you know who hasn't had a rough go is rick. >> he's back from jamaica on vacation. severe weather this morning. >> thank you for the welcome back. it is nice. we have not had any severe weather this year. it was a quiet year and it is all changing and today will probably be the worst of it large area dealing with severe weather. worst of it for today is down in the areas of the south. especi
: greta, i watch you all the time. i have two statements. host: make it quick, mary. caller: yes, i will. regarding meeks, everyone keeps forgetting about meeks. one lady said yesterday that democrats need to vote for meeks. i'm going to be there. i'm going to vote for meeks. but see how republicans push everyone out, getting this rubio guy in there, the tea party. you're fooling yourself if you think rubio will win, but that's another story. guest: as far as meek goes, he's a fromi -- formidable candidate, a state trooper, an african american who can rally votes back there. and you have a race between meeks, rubio, and crist, it would seem to look good for meeks, because you would have crist and rubio duking it out for conservative votes. host: winston-salem, north carolina. larry, independent line. good morning. caller: one quick comment. a lot of people in this nation have forgotten we're a republic, not a two-party system or otherwise. this is the first time i've done this in my life, i hate what is happening to our nation. it's being torn asunder. i am sick of it. these people who g
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